A career in court reporting is a career of opportunities. From transcribing court proceedings to captioning your favorite TV programs and more, the training you'll receive in Court Reporting and Captioning at Orleans Technical Institute will prepare you to succeed in this growing, dynamic field. At Orleans Tech, you can earn an Associate in Specialized Business (ASB) degree. > Go to Program Overview
Orleans Tech offers the only court reporting school in the tri-state region certified by the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA).
Financial aid is available for those who qualify. Orleans Tech is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).
Today's Court Reporters are Technology Professionals!
They fulfill roles beyond serving as courtroom stenographers. Using unique steno machine skills and “realtime” computer technologies, court reporters produce instant, accurate transcriptions and captioning that are now essential to businesses and customers, as well as television and online.
Benefits of Technology Career Training in Court Reporting & Captioning
• Learn specialized skills by taking courses that are directly applicable to immediate employment in the field upon graduation.
• Train for a profession that’s parent-friendly, with flexible schedules and opportunities to work from home.
• Work in a variety of exciting settings from courtrooms and law firms to businesses, TV, webcasting, colleges and captioning for the deaf.
• Feel secure in a growing career field, where employment is projected to grow over the next decade.
89% job placement rate for Orleans Tech Court Reporting graduates (Based on 27 graduates between 4/1/13 and 3/31/14)
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, job opportunities for court reporters are expected to be excellent as job openings continue to outnumber jobseekers in some areas. Employment of court reporters is projected to grow 10 percent from 2012 to 2022, about as fast as the average for all occupations.
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, “Occupational Outlook Handbook,” 2014-15 Edition.
Attention High School Seniors
Still in High School, But Want to Learn More?
It's not too early to begin your post-graduation plans! Read the article in The Philadelphia Public School Notebook newspaper about how you can go to Orleans Tech's Court Reporting and Captioning technology career training program to earn an Associate in Specialized Business Degree.
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